The ecumenical World Day of Prayer (WDP) coming up this Friday 5 March gives Anglicans in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia a prime opportunity to build ecumenical links and join their Vanuatuan neighbours in prayer.
The review and restructure of the London-based Anglican Communion Office has ended with two more staff moving on and two new roles in the pipeline.
The General Synod Te Hīnota Whānui meeting that was due to be held by Zoom on 13 March 2021 has been postponed.
The Auckland City Mission has announced that its General Manager of Social Services, Helen Robinson has been appointed the new City Missioner to replace Chris Farrelly who will be stepping down in April 2021.
Anglican Missions’ Lenten Appeal 2021 backs projects in Jerusalem, Egypt and the Solomon Islands that will primarily support women, children and youth.
Today as Anglicans across Canterbury and Aotearoa New Zealand remember in prayer all those who died, or who were affected by the Canterbury earthquake ten years ago today, Christchurch Anglican Dr Jane Simpson is offering a new liturgy for all those who have lost their homes due to natural disaster.
The Moana Community of Saint Clare in Fiji are celebrating humble signs of growth as they mark the first five years of a newly founded Anglican religious order for mission in the Pacific.
The College of St. John the Evangelist – Hoani Tapu te Kaikauwhau i te Rongopai opened this week with a pōwhiri honouring the past and looking to the future with a strong new cohort of students and a new kaiako joining St John’s teaching staff.
With Aotearoa New Zealand moving to Covid Alert Level 3 for Auckland, and Level 2 for the rest of the country, Anglican churches are adapting to beginning Lent 2021 with a new shape for Ash Wednesday.